HAY Loop Stand dining table 200 cm.

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The Hay Loop Stand is a no-nonsense and ultra-functional product series specially designed for the HAY. The minimal Loop table is a great example, suitable for any home or workspace.

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HAY Loop Stand dining table 200 cm.


Design by Leif Jorgensen.

The no-nonsense look of the Hay Loop stand series makes the round dining table a powerful, charming addition to your home / office space. The Loop Stand Round Dining table lends itself to various interior styles and easily adapts to the environment through its simple design.

The design is simplistic, but it also radiates a certain class and elegance. The three legs support the tabletop optimally and provide a spatial effect in the living room or office. The design comes in 3 different colors and material compositions.

For example, the white dining table is equipped with a white laminate table top, and the sides are finished in untreated plywood. With the black dining table, the table top is made of black linoleum, and the sides are finished with black-stained plywood. The base of each variants is made of metal with a white, grey or black powder coating, which makes this table very durable.

The dimensions are: L 200/ W 92,5 / H 74.

Table top material:Black or Grey Linoleum, solid ash edges, White Laminate with plywood edges.

Base material:Powder coated steel

Notes:A separately sold crossbar for Loop Stand table is available through our customer service. The crossbar can be mounted under the tabletop for extra support, and it is recommended especially for restaurants and other heavy-use spaces.

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About the designer: Leif Jørgensen

The Danish architect Leif Jørgensen is especially known for furnishing the Diesel brand stores in Scandinavia. Nowadays he mainly cooperates with Hay, to whom he has designed the Loop-series among other things. Jørgensens work is characterized by coincidence of design and architecture. He thinks that the meaning of an object depends on its context. Jørgensen works with organic forms with an underlying sense for geometry.

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